Final Cut Pro is a non-linear video editing software developed by Macromedia Inc. and then Apple Inc. The most recent version, Final Cut Pro X, runs on Mac personal computers powered by Mac OS X version 10.6.7 or later and using Intel processors.
Advantages of Final Cut Pro:
1.Fast QuickTime import (compared to pre-version 5 AMC)
2.Easily create new audio or video tracks on the timeline by dragging clip onto trackless empty area.
3.Ability to batch export using different parameters for each item being exported.
4.Gives warning if OMF export will exceed 2GB limit. (Rather than just crashing.)
5.Compatible with USB microphones
6.Able to use keyboard shortcuts to change the audio levels of clips.
7.Able to adjust sync between clips in a multiclip
Before you buy a new AVCHD camcorder, you hope someone walk you through the steps of getting the video from the camcorder into FCP. And YouTube teaching video often shares some useful video on software application, and you may see this teaching video like this:
Plug in your camera, bring up the Log & Capture Transfer window.
Select the clips you want to import and off you go.
FCP will convert them into Pro Res 422 or AIC, depending on what you choose (but FCE will only convert to AIC).
This is the situation while HD camcorder video is compatible with Final Cut Pro. But if the situation happens that MTS files grey out when you try to import them to FCP for the reason such as your PC is not AVCHD available Intel-based Macintosh computers or because the Mac OS X currently not supported DVD-based AVCHD camcorder. To convert the AVCHD videos to FCP friendly formats, you need a professional app to decode AVCHD videos to FCP without any quality loss, no audio loss and no frame rate changes. [link=http://www.hdconverterformac.com/article-avchd-video/mts-to-final-cut-pro-x.html]mts
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